Do you have a performance car, truck, or SUV that you’re looking to upgrade? A stall converter might be your next step; from Griffis Automotive Clinic, Inc in Groveland serving: Groveland, Clermont, Minneola, Mascotte, Webster, Montverde, Ferndale, and the Bushnell Area, FL, here’s what you need to know.
For street performance and racing applications, stall converters are a must. Essentially, a stall converter makes it possible for you to wind up the engine RPMs to the point in your power curve that ensures the best takeoff, before the transmission begins to move the car forward. For example, if you hit the gas and the torque converter engages at 1000 RPM, as it might on a normal transmission, the wheels may start spinning with access to only around 80 horsepower. With a stall converter, you can customize the point at which the wheels begin to turn, giving that same engine something more like 250 horsepower on takeoff at 3000 RPM.
However, this doesn’t mean at every traffic light, you’ll have to spin the engine up to 3000 RPM to get going. A stall converter operates more or less like a normal torque converter until you’re ready to use it. By using the transmission brake to cut loose your engine’s full potential, you control the stall function, meaning it’s only active when you want it.
No matter your transmission upgrade, maintenance, or repair needs, Griffis Automotive Clinic, Inc has you covered. From fluid flushes to performance builds, our technicians know transmissions. For the best transmission service shop in Groveland serving: Groveland, Clermont, Minneola, Mascotte, Webster, Montverde, Ferndale, and the Bushnell Area, FL, call or stop by today.